Our five campuses are situated in a range of South East Queensland locations, from pristine bushland a short drive from the centre of Brisbane to one of Australia's most iconic coastal cities. They feature modern multimillion dollar teaching facilities, state-of-the-art teaching equipment like the Bloomberg Trading Room, and one of Australia's most environmentally friendly buildings.
There is so much more to university life than lecture theatres and libraries. Our learning facilities mirror the environments in which you may work, like the Bloomberg Trading Room, Australia's most modern anatomy lab, a world class concert hall, and a top of the range flight simulator.
Griffith Mates are a diverse group of students who speak around thirty different languages and come from all over the world. They help you practise your English, make friends, find your way around campus and become acquainted with the Australian environment. They also run weekend trips to stunning regional locations.
Current student Emilie shares her love of handball and how it helped her meet new people.
The Griffith Red Zone
The Red Zone provides exciting interactive learning experiences. Through hands-on technology and massive projection displays, you can immerse yourself in different worlds and explore our expertise in science, health, business and the arts.
How does university work?
Current student Elizabeth answers your questions about what university life is like - what will you learn, how you learn it, how you are assessed, is it really that scary?